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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta {ALL Tae MKJAL NSWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE DAILY HEfcALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 1920 LETHWUDGE. ALBEHTA, PAGE SEVEN- School Board Removes Cause of Further Trouble at Hardieve Principal and Asslslant Will.Re- Mtedng of Board Cq'asidcrs Mr.. Martin's De- U Re- fused. Characterizing as absolutely false tuil'totally without foundation inc. biatcmenls; maile-iniputlDs: that us lielil' opinions derogatory to his Kins und and that ho had tap sentiments, Mr. W K Martlu, principal of tbo Hardloville EChool, forwarded'fi-long communication o! denfa'l which was read at tha tnett Injt of th'e trustees ot the public EChooln night. Jr. his. letter Mr Martin that tie has always been a loyal Brit Ish subject and a believer In his King and country and In British Instltu Optimist (iy Aline .Mlehaelli.) t NERVE STRAIN REUEVED BY CHILES NERVINE IF you from any form of Ner- voun-13, juat you try takliie Dr. ,Mika Nervine. It rl recommended by of peopl; know It. You too will re. coountad it toyemr friends efttr you hare tried it. tionJ. Ho had no desire lof a repub-, io nor for a chango In our preicnt system. He- his profouad loyalty and respect for the King mi tiie Prince of Wales.-' He apy one to truthfully say' that; he ?vc-r said a single word that was disloyal to the signing or to his Ho mentioned that he had made It an custom to have the British flag nailed vp in the hall ot the school, irhtre it was ealuled four times daj by himself and tha children antiUtko Urn? It removed to have walls craned before being replaced Ho was not In taror ot a republic.' At the close of all school entertainments" Save the King" "The Maple Leaf snag. He accui- ed Mr Gleam, of personal raaklnK the againet him, and he invited Jurther investigation, BlaU ng lhat ho tad Independent witness BE who would corroborate all that he (Mr Martm) has said He further !u 'ormed the board that ho had inslrucl ed his solicitor to commence proceed Ings against Mr Gleam for libel H bad volunteered to enlist In the wa while In Vancouver nail turned down on account ot his aga Mr another Ion communication traversing the state inents made in the Inspector's repor which he declared pas biased, an he called on the board to have th two'indcpenden N. NocetKl N. Quartet will attend the service. ormer Will Help Pay Super Support to Rotary Campaign. Junior and Juvenile spoil will hold he enliro attention of the A. A. A. uring July and August. This decl- CD was arrived at during a meeting l.tha association aod au appeal for. was issued to the all and football Twelve unior Juvenile football teams are ow In the field and .as many baseball earns. Full co-operation is eipeclcd he- ween the b. A. A. A., and: the ehlor amateur.orgaiiiiations. alloa from tho A A A willed ipon m'eeling of ino eicciitlve he football league'and a discussion 3f a number pt bothering qucslioiia fi-' ulfed In a clearer uu'deniandlhg. The U A. A. A. has promised to pay ai high as t76 a month to Phillip ins'as.snpervlsor of junior sports dtir- CAPT. DENOQN WILL i PREACH TO FARMERS Rev. Captain Wnoon, of Knoi Pres- bylerlan church will preach at the F. A. Buoday" wrvlces of tbe Commerce local: The will bo held at three o'clock Sunday afternoon 'Pears like "now." said Boxcar la the Bapllst church at Diamond City. Billy, as he lay at ease reclined, "that "8 North. Letibrtdgo Odd ieitons tiie country has gons silly an' the whplo blind. Here Ihey howl about thejlabor, say they ain't pot mea enoujS, but I want to tell you, uelgabOr', I'm fed up on all that stuffy-Any fellet .who will eludy this here iiuestlon uv supph sure can show you that I'm right, an' you why." Uox-Car paused. spot -was- cozy and hard to keep awake, He was fedlng very uoiy, having dined on aiid steak, and tho hayrick thei'd selected was a dandy for a snooze but Friend Dill his nap ho wiehSl fo air h'a Spuds are higher u all crea- tion, passed from view, but trouble with our nation Is tho' sort iiv worS fpHs' do. 'They's no USe'o'isjiendln''dollars that could go to "Ife our grub, Jest to make them four.ltich a nltts- batbln' 'ub no'ifse husky guineas fooling1 wiii seel) work c-z ibat, an' these, are-the: very iiinnies that hev left pur people flat- People who are Contract Let For Phone Exchange Addition school inspected b) inspectors AIKJ' In dealing with the matter Ihs lo lowing resolution was adopted oy th bod.d, with Trustees Johnson, Tcrrl and Dividson concurring, Tru tees Hoge and Scott dissenting That in view of the >ery r port i) Inspector Roberts on cond lions in Bardie) ille school, Mr Ma tin" and Mrs Seeh b.e notified til their sen ices not be require Juno 30th, and that inasmuc as Mr Martin will nof_uo t. of the itafi attc-'that date that th joard is of tho no goi sen Ice can Ire served by making fu ther Investigations of the- charg rustic afcalnst him h> one Gleatn, an the correspondence In regard the same be filed; and that where Mr Martin requested that t board give Us Communications pu llclty he be adylwd that he shou see to this An Amtndment The folloVing ainenflmenl, pnt hy Trustee Hogg, with Trustee Scott concurring, defeated1 'That the inspectors report on Hardievlllo school and Mr MarMn''s letter to the board of Juno Hth be referred to Trustees Johnson, Batldson ani Scott, as a committee for tutt investi- gation, f In a re solution passed the board expressed thotr appreciation to the members of the Sikokololl Chapter, I V0 I) K for tho pleasing manner in Trhich niB nmeiUnu of the tablet to tho laje Sergt Phillips was car rled out in the Oalbraith school M. 0 Has Important Matter Dr Taylor, med'cal officer for the ichools, vailed on the hoard with an Important matter alfirtlng the health of the pupils He' drew attention to the danger that arise in the case of children nho, having had slight attack 6f Scarlet toner, and Who had not-received medical attcn tlon, returning to the school ,ln a slate of peeling which htehly in feollous.' Ho recommended that meas urea should lie taken (o prevent 1MB AS a result of what had'been broughl up, the fo'lowing resolution ot thi board was passed to meet the condl tfon- pointed out by tho doctor Tha the truant officer be Instructed to re port promptly to tho medical office each.casc where a pupil i school on account of illness and that' whore there is no physician in attend- ance that the pupil be examined by the school nurse before rtadini'ston to school." Keep Off Potato Patch In y'gard to complaints made as to children trespassing on'and trampling polalo patchCB, the''following resolu- tion w.vs passed: J'That the truant office? to tell the children playing ball on the school property between 12th 'and 13th Sta.. on 6th fig the summer holidays.' Three stuck on ?jbinin; will remark they ain't no cure, INycu ask rue I'm oplnin' they (night [Ire their manicure. Knives spoons o' course, is dandy: mftkin' them js useful work, plates ere also pretfj handy, but, land lakes, who a fork' in' shorely ought to tlifottlc any chap lias the gall nlanufacturln' a bottle ter now It's no uEevat all i Yes, they s somethln Billy, "wllh Ihlu lack Inland. Inspector Here Clearing Up Some Mis- understandings. >all and football'games a day will uo held during the two These arc.being held undtfr tuo Uoys' lyelt 'arc Council. Filmef be absent from tbe city. Tlrt) A. -A. A. also' endorsed, the action of the Rotary club In tho club's effort to raise money to supply fur Lhef" playground equipment at-Hen- derson park and Adams park. A tas day will be held on Saturday, for this purpose. uv labor dope, er, nby nould ihcy be easels the coat was BO silly ez lo keep men niakin' JJ j -f., Inland Revenue Inspector X. and Collector AV. Fletcher are In L-ethbridge today in connection with the luicury" IM. They aif husj straighteninE.-.pUt a lot of mlsunder standings tha merchants arranging collecting of th taxes.-; --Inspector Saucier gave one Instanc of -nil the tax was being misinter- preted.1 A coat fron a well taiOwit departmental store. Tb sale price qt'th'c coat was less than M5 but pay a tax. According to the amendment coats, as portions ot suits are'exempt up to fifteen dol- lare, but coate, tailored for overctets, are exempt up: to and including No lax should iiavs been collecled in as not a portion J iIcDougall, Trainer and McNeil Will Commence Wort Immediately, Oltaia will be recehlng j recommen- dation m "regard (o them iu a few days 'The.plans of the.Letbbrldgc North- crrl proper have been completed, be- ing last April aud as soon as tho plans of tho ucu addition have been sanctioned :the election will be in tiie district and the.i the bonds will uu .ssaed Mr Houston is acting under Commissioner ot irrigation Pcjers Esser GWVA. hold a Held day on August 2nd, As Soon as New Additions'Are Sanctioned Election Will _ Be Held. Tlaptd progre sill being made with he preparation the Mac- erxl addition-to the Norlji- cm project Todnj H P Houston, of he Dominion irrigation office, Cal- Is in attendance at the Leth. Northern offices In connection with tho plans and it IB 'expected that MOTHER! "California Syrup of Figs" Child's Best: Laxative i Ate.- S.j'-noi io tramp vacant "Canada's Best" Keeps Baby's Skin Healthy lot 'adjoinink' where latof.'s are plante'd." 'According V> the resolution passed I at the lB8t meelinE of the boardVtlifl' resignations 6f Dunftan. Brown, Alexrl McMlll and Holhncy wcrejald' before tho board and acccpled. Ini addition to.these1 her reblBnallon, asj teacher iii was] tendered ,by and Accept "Csllfornia'' Syrup--of for the name California on package, then you are sure you child Is having the best and moa harmless phynle for tho little liver arid bowels. Children love If fruity .taste. Full directions on each no-1 hotlle. You must say '.UAfu1 il well. The addition will measure ap> proxtmalely fifty-six by fMty feet and will two storlts high, with a batement. It will be faced with RtdcliKe face brick and the In- ttrlor will be fitted with the best of material. .The basement wtll of reinforced concrete and the building will be constructed on the trlw-wnn tyttem. Tea, Kerr's Special, per Ib. 75c' Coffcc.jSiir Ideal Blend, Ib., Tilson's Oatmeal, per pkg. 44c Standard Oaimeai, per eack We SPECIAL Cloverdale Creamery feutter, per 60c per Oranges, medluni. slzfs, doz U.i.. Oi Johnston's Llndld larger size U.-.-.A-. KcketfB Cteam Tlntj, 3 pkgs. lor 10o Gooseberries, per ti'iket Peaches, per Ib. Watermelon, per Ib.........12c Vegetable Soup, Campbell's, pert 20e Snlder's Tomatoo Soap, large tins..................... 23e Vienna Sausage, tin 236 and SOc GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS SERVICE AND SATISFACTION Crystal Ice Cream for Purity and Flavor i Be sure and ask for CRYSTAL We make special flavors and moulds to your order. pails, dishes and spoons in stock. Let us supply your Ice Cream needs. How about' that July 1st Crystal Dairy Limited ou eat at this CAFE Your meals are as good and as moderately priced as you can you will enjoy everything you order. The Yale THE riEW CAFE FIFTH OUR LARGE; NEW SANITARY PLANT is now in Full Operation We are prepared to supply customers with Chief Mountain Cresin- ery Brand Butter: and Jce Cream. We are exclusive agenta {OP Cardston Creamery Brand Butter. We invlta public Inspection at any time. We arc also In .the market for sweet or chorntoe cream and milk at tho highest market prices, i- PHONE OR WRITE -1 CHIEF MOUNTAIN CREAMERY CO., LTD. 1929 ICE MACHINE FOR SALE One Ton York ICE MACHINE and REFRIGER- ATING'PLANT COMPLETE. For sale at less than half original cost. Company's guaantee with the machine. Must be sold this week. -APPLY WEIR, ALBERTA CAFE Farming Costs Kay be .reduced by co-operation, Kttf Mi In mind when buying BINDER TWINE, MACHINERY AND GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES. Your Company. At'Your Service. FARM PRODUCTS LIMITED HAY, ALFALFA MEAL, POTATOE8, SEED COAtDALE, Phone RS17 Phone We Will DIP YOUR CATTLE on June 24th All cattle convenient oiir dip In Vowiuihlp S, will be dipped on June 24, and all In 9 on Jane 25. Come earljr, G.O.KERR ;